for the last four years so these could work. she's not sure what to do if it closes. >> i'm scared. to stay home, change our life because of the bills, the grants and all this. >> kandago says it owes $6 million, it hasn't been paid since july 1st and credit reserves are running low plus banks are nervous. it's a life line parents say is critical to everyone's future. >> we're here to make a statement saying child care is what we need for parents to earn income and keep this economy growing. without it, there's nothing for our kids today. >> there are 700 state-funded agencies throughout california. the 30,000 employees who work there serve about a half million children. so without the state subsidies, you can only imagine how many jobs would be lost, not only of those providers but the children's parents as well. live in fremont, theresa garcia, abc 7 news. >> theresa, thanks very much.